George Town Penang Street Art started with Penang’s Georgetown Festival in 2012. Beginning then, crumbling old walls gained a new lease of life. Most of the more artistic murals and street art were created by a Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic who was living in Penang at the time. His artworks are humorous but at the same time open to interpretation. Besides the paintings and murals, there are also steel rod wire sculptures scattered around the old sections of George Town with more local and somewhat less artistic themes.
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